DBA, DSc, PhD)
The AFU Distance Learning program is a tailor-made program, designed just for you by you and your advisor. This flexibility to meet your needs is rarely found in other distance learning programs.
Our program does not require all students to study the same subjects and use the same books and other learning materials as every other student. Instead, our online PhD programs are designed just for you. They are individually designed to meet your needs and help you achieve your professional and personal goals. If you want much more than normal results from your effort, AFU’s PhD programs are what you are looking for.
The Environmental Engineering Ph.D. program is offered across multiple disciplines and prepares students for advanced work in research, teaching, and management. Studies leading to the Ph.D. degree are designed to give the candidate a thorough and thorough understanding of their professional field, as well as training in research methods. The criteria for awarding the degree will be the candidate’s understanding of the subject and a demonstrated ability to conduct independent research. In addition, the candidate must have the ability to express thoughts clearly, both verbally and in writing. The doctoral program aims to develop an understanding of your field beyond the master’s degree, with an emphasis on conducting original research, producing significant research findings,
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The PhD degree program at AFU is a tailor-made suit of educational clothing. AFU has developed a protocol to Quantify and Qualify a person’s career path, as well as their academic credentials, and award Academic Credit to qualified students according to their true level of knowledge. After the review and initial evaluation, the Student’s Academic Status is defined. This definition establishes the approximate number of Academic Credit Hours that the University will grant to the Student for the Degree Program designated by the Student. The development of courses and curricula is a collaborative activity, between the Student and the Academic Advisor. Each student’s curriculum is unique and is developed as a result of the mutual efforts of the student, academic staff, and academic advisor.